Border Protection & Control

Border Protection and Control refers to the measures taken by a state to secure its borders and regulate the entry and exit of people, goods, and vehicles. This is often accomplished through a combination of physical barriers, such as walls or fences, as well as technological solutions, such as cameras, drones, and biometric identification systems.

The primary aim of border protection and control is to prevent illegal immigration, smuggling, and other security threats while ensuring the smooth flow of legitimate travel and trade. It also involves monitoring, tracking, and responding to any illegal activities that may occur near the border.